128 South Audio Production

Hand-crafted Audio Work
Saint Petersburg FL US

Academy of Ballet Arts – St Petersburg Ballet Company

2914 1st Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Akiko Kotani

Gulfport 33707 FL US

Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

Saint Petersburg 33731 FL US

Alan Venable

Writer For Hire
Saint Petersburg FL US

Alex McKnight, Photographer

AM Photo, Inc. & Archiva Images
Saint Petersburg FL US

Alison Curtis

Saint Petersburg FL US

Alli Arnold

Saint Petersburg FL US

Alvarez Photo

150 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Alyssa Marie Gallery

Wildlife and Landscapes
300 Beach Drive Northeast
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Amandine Drouet

Saint Petersburg FL US

Amber DiPietra

Transformative art experiences. Empowering disabled artists.

Amber Lynn Nicol

Saint Petersburg FL US

American Stage Theater Company

163 3rd Street North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Amy Murry Designs

562 25th Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Ana Maria Vasquez

Saint Petersburg FL US

Andi Matheny

Andi Matheny Acting Studios

Angela Bond

Saint Petersburg FL US

Anna Broshears

515 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

April Hartley

Saint Petersburg FL US

Ari Robinson

Collage Artist
Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg RU

Arnie Lipsey

Saint Petersburg FL US

Art by Anna Ayres

Saint Petersburg FL US

Art For Art

2734 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg 33712 FL US

ARTicles ~ Leslie Curran Gallery

1431 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US

ARTicles Art Gallery & Custom Framing

1445 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US

ArtLofts at Florida CraftArt

10 5th Street North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US


460 46th Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33703 FL US

Artysta LuLu

Illustrator, Fine Artist, Muralist


2380 6th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US


548 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Barter Boat

Saint Petersburg FL US

Bask – Ales Bask Hostomsky

Saint Petersburg FL US

BEACON: A Live Experience of Physical Connection

Contemporary Dance Concert
St. Petersburg FL US

Becca McCoy

Gulfport FL US

Bella Designs Studio – Teresa Mandala

Saint Petersburg FL US

Beth Kokol

515 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Beth Reynolds

Visual Storyteller

Bill Castleman Fine Art

Seashore paintings
Saint Petersburg FL US

Bill Kelsey

Saint Petersburg FL US

Board Silly Productions

Theatre and Workshops in a Box
3545 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Bonnie Agan

Actor - Voice Actor
Saint Petersburg FL US


Saint Petersburg FL US

Brick Street Clay Studio

400 23rd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Carol Dameron

Big Mystery Paintings, Still Lives and Collages
Saint Petersburg FL US

Carol Hess Fine Art

Saint Petersburg FL US

Carole Shelton

Works of Art in Jewelry
2412 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Carrie Jadus

Saint Petersburg FL US

Catherine Woods – C Glass Studio

297 20th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US

Cecilia Lueza


Charles Parkhill

Charlie Parker Pottery

2724 6th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Chihuly Collection

Permanent collection of world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly
720 Central Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Chizzy – Chad Mize

Saint Petersburg FL US

Chris Peter

Saint Petersburg FL US

Christina Lembo

Saint Petersburg FL US

Classical Revolution

Chamber Music for the People!
Saint Petersburg FL US

Clay Center of St Petersburg

2010 1st Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Coralette Damme / The Crafty Hag

Saint Petersburg FL US

Courigan’s Irish Pub

1 Beach Drive Southeast
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Craftsman House Gallery Cafe Pottery Studio

2955 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Craig Alexander

Saint Petersburg FL US

Creative Clay / Good Folk Gallery

Access to the Arts
1846 1st Avenue South
St. Petersburg 33712 FL US

Creative Soul

2425 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

CT Marketing Solutions

Digital Marketing
6656 27th Street North
Saint Petersburg 33702 FL US

Curated Craft & Art Gallery and Classroom

Handmade, Recycled, Repurposed
7253 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg 33710 FL US

CyberCraft Robots

Robot Scuptures you will Covet
2955 Central Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

D YaeL Kelley

Fine Arts Painter


Where Art Meets Affordability
203 1st Street North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US


Seminole FL US

Dalí Museum

Unparalleled collection of Salvador Dali art works
1 Dali Boulevard
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Daniel “R5” Barojas

Saint Petersburg FL US

David Calvin Furniture Studio

Custom Furniture and Accessories
2222 16th Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

David Charlton Arts and The Space Between

2321 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

David Manson

composer, music contractor, trombonist, band leader, educator
Saint Petersburg FL US

Davidson Fine Art

Gallery, Custom Framing & Printing, Art Supply Store
2036 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Davidson Fine Art and Zebra Color Lab

2036 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Dazzio Art Experience

512 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Deanna Mathews Kilbourne

Saint Petersburg FL US

Derek Donnelly

Saint Petersburg FL US

Donald Gialanella

St. Petersburg FL US

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

The Art of our Rich History and Vibrant Present
2240 9th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Duncan McClellan

Blown Glass Artist
2342 Emerson Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Duncan McClellan Gallery

2342 Emerson Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

EMIT: Adventurous Music

EMIT - adventurous music presenter
Saint Petersburg FL US

EnergyWebs™ Studio

5135 109th Way North
Saint Petersburg 33708 FL US

Erik Hesson

333 8th Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Eugenie Bondurant

Actor - Teacher - Voice Actor
Saint Petersburg FL US

Evan Neidich

Saint Petersburg FL US

First Night St Petersburg

Family-Friendly Celebration of the Arts
Saint Petersburg FL US

Florida CraftArt

501 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Florida Holocaust Museum

Works of art, historical materials and current events
55 5th Street South
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Florida Orchestra

Saint Petersburg FL US

Florida Orchestra Musicians Association


Florida Society of Goldsmiths

719 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Fourward Glass

611 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Frederick “Rootman” Woods

freeFall Theatre

6099 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33710 FL US

From Mayan Hands

2006 2nd Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

To share jobs and opportunities for artists, email sheila@stpeteartsalliance.org

All Opportunities
Calls to Artists
  • Call for Erotic Visual Art
    June 15, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    The 3rd Annual SKIN: The "Sexy" Art Show has issued a call for erotic Painting, Photography, Drawing, Digital Art, Sculpture and Interactive Art, with a high level of artistic composition.

    The exhibition will be held Saturday July 20 ~ from 6 p.m.-12 a.m. at Flava Fitness Studios, 3744 W Lambright St. in Tampa.

    All artwork submitted to SKIN must be for sale. All artists who apply will receive a complementary ticket to the show.

    Details can be found at skinartshow.com.
  • Call to Granite Sculptors
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Sarasota is seeking proposals from artists to provide a granite sculpture in the style of a traditional Celtic high cross, to be placed in the center of a memorial rose garden.

    The cross should include traditional Celtic design, and may include biblical scenes. The base on which the cross is mounted will include inscriptions honoring John Hamilton Gillespie and early Scots who settled in Sarasota (names to be provided by Church of the Redeemer.)

    Budget: $26,296 including fabrication, lighting, installation, transportation, site preparation and any other expenses associated with the design, fabrication and installation of this art.

    Project Description : 6 ft Tall, 3 ft wide at the horizontal cross, mounted on a base approximately 3 ft in height. Material to be used shall be granite.

    Timeline: Artwork must be installed by December 16.

    Details can be found at https://sarasotaarts.org/call-to-artists-church-of-the-redeemer/.
  • Call to Solarplate Printmakers
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    Inspiration Plus and the Southampton Arts Center in upstate NY are thrilled to sponsor the Solar Impressions Juried Exhibition, with the solarplate printmaking process.

    This exhibition will bring artists from all over the world to celebrate solarplate printmaking starting at the stunning Southampton Arts Center in Southampton NY and then traveling in the months to come.

    The exhibition is open to all original print work with the emphasis based on the solar plate polymer plate process. There is no size limitation, however shipping regulations may determine restrictions. Not eligible would be reproductions of pre existing drawings and paintings and other works of art.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Photographers - "Acceptance"
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: July 1

    The 71st Annual Virginia Highlands Festival Photography competition is back with categories for youth, amateurs, professionals, altered images and cell phone photos.

    The theme for this year’s photography competition is “Acceptance.”

    This year, our panel of jurors is expanding the prize categories to include cell phone images. Cell phone photography doesn’t have to mean blurry action shots and duck-faced selfies. People are taking extraordinary images with their phones, and we think that deserves artistic recognition—and Acceptance!

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - 3 Daughters Brewing
    June 12, 2019
    3 Daughters Brewing in St. Petersburg is looking for Art Vendors for our Beach Blonde Block Party on June 21 from 6-10 p.m.

    More on the event can be found here.

    We also have a Sand Sculpture in the warehouse out of reach from the general public and we would like local artists to display their artwork next to it free of charge.

    For more information, email Jessica@3DBrewing.com.
  • Mira Mesa Community Park Public Art Project
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: June 20 at 4 pm PST

    The City of San Diego is seeking applications from interested qualified artists to provide public art services for the Mira Mesa Community Park Public Art Project. An artist or artist team is sought to design, fabricate and transport permanent, site-specific artwork and consult during installation of artwork at the site by the City.

    The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for the public art projects may be downloaded from the following PlanetBids website: planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=17950&BidID=62617.

    Art Budget: Approximately $400,000

    Artists that have not previously registered through the City of San Diego for PlanetBids must register prior to downloading the RFQ. It is also important to download the documents to become an official RFQ holder. You must be a registered RFQ holder to receive addenda.

    To register for PlanetBids, please follow the instructions in the "View and Apply for a Public Art Opportunity" dropdown menu on this page - sandiego.gov/arts-culture/publicart/artistopps#.
  • Call to Artists - Peace Love Goats
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    Peace-Love-Goats is a philanthropic art project where 100 cast stone goats will each be painted to raise money for a different charitable cause.

    This goat casting/statue was commissioned by Athletes and Causes and created by Scott Joseph Moore, a sculptor out of Port Charlotte who recently relocated his studio to the Tampa Bay area. This is a one-of-a-kind statue that will not be used for any other purpose and only 100 of these castings will be created.

    For a series of goat statues representing human trafficking, we are seeking proposals from artists that include a description or sketch of their concept.

    An honorarium of $500 will be paid to the chosen artist, but we are seeking an artist that shares in our passion for this cause and understands the importance of this first example for the statues to follow, which will be painted not only by Tampa Bay artists but by artists from across the country.

    You can email proposals to Rob Canton at rob@athletesandcauses.org.
  • Creative Pinellas - Managing Editor
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: June 21

    Creative Pinellas is looking for the right person to elevate the quality of our online magazine and related online products, and increase the impact, awareness and wow-factor of the arts in Pinellas County and of the County as an arts and cultural destination.

    The Managing Editor will oversee daily operations of the magazine; recruiting, developing and managing a a team of contributing writers and visual content providers; developing themes and storylines; creating a content calendar; assigning and publishing articles; and keeping an eye on the voice overall to make sure we are both serving the arts community and readers far and wide.

    We are seeking a candidate for this 20 hour/week, contract position who loves good writing and high quality journalism, who has an affinity for the arts and ideally, who has experience and connections to the arts and culture community in Pinellas County/Tampa Bay area.

    A detailed job description and online application can be found at creativepinellas.org/managingeditor.
  • Creative Pinellas - Communications and Brand Relations Manager
    June 12, 2019
    Deadline: June 21

    Creative Pinellas in Largo is seeking a full-time Communications and Brand Relations Manager.

    We’re looking for someone to take our marketing, messaging and brand strategy and execution to the next level, as we carry out our purpose to encourage creativity and innovation, showcase Pinellas County as an arts and cultural destination, support artists, arts organizations and the creative community and make arts available to all.

    The Communications and Brand Manager works to create a positive vision of Creative Pinellas in people’s minds, and loyalty and commitment in their hearts. The position is key in ensuring that our community knows about all of the grants, development and educational programs, networking, creative opportunities, performances and exhibits that Creative Pinellas has available to support and engage them, as well as new ways to get involved.

    The position focuses on day to day activities of creating, maintaining and improving our communications strategy, our marketing messages, our brand strength and our public relations effort, as well as the longer-term focus on brand building and brand awareness. The position also represents Creative Pinellas to supporters, building relationships and partnerships with key supporters of the arts in the county in order to help the organization strengthen and grow.

    A detailed job description and online application can be found at creativepinellas.org/communicationsandbrandrelations.
  • Creative Pinellas - Office Manager
    June 11, 2019
    Deadline: June 21

    Creative Pinellas in Largo is seeking a full-time Office Manager.

    We looking for someone to jump in with both feet, be highly present and own the Office Manager role.

    The Office Manager will play a critical role in encouraging the smooth day-to-day operations of the Creative Pinellas office, gallery and arts incubator by ensuring that all processes and systems are running efficiently so that the team can masterfully do their art life-changing work.

    The position will focus on creating, maintaining and improving processes for Creative Pinellas programs, activities, facilities and events, overseeing the internal processes and procedures of the organization and working closely with everyone on the Creative Pinellas team, contributing to the work environment as an energized, positive place to be.

    We are seeking a candidate who thrives on the challenge of managing multiple processes, excels at attending to details without losing track of the big picture, has a personable and effective communication style, and takes a proactive approach to problem-solving and quality improvement. This position is responsive to new needs, while creating and implementing repeatable success.

    A detailed job description and online application can be found at creativepinellas.org/officemanager.
  • Call to Artists - Superfine! Art Fair in DC
    June 11, 2019
    Deadline: September 4

    Visual artists are invited to apply for a booth at Superfine! Art Fair | DC 2019.

    For the second year in a row, Superfine! is coming to Union Market in Washington DC. We're inviting top emerging artists and curators to apply for a booth at the foremost artist-driven art fair. An easy, efficient exhibition guided by our expert curators culminates with 6-10,000 visitors during the five days of the fair, and 25% of our visitors making a significant ($100-$2,500+) art purchase.

    Note: Superfine! takes no commission on any artwork sold, either in person at the fair or via our online E-Fair.

    Location: Union Market, 1309 5th St. NE, Washington DC 20002
    Fair dates: October 30 - November 3, 2019

    Application deadline: September 4, 2019. Applying early is recommended.

    Learn more about exhibiting.

    See the Superfine! DC floor plan and price guide.

    Complete your Superfine! DC application.

    Press coverage of previous Superfine! Exhibitions

    Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art Washington Post Washington City Paper

  • Finance/Human Resource Manager - Imagine Museum
    June 11, 2019
    Imagine Museum in St. Petersburg is looking for a Finance/Human Resource Manager to perform a variety of personnel-related and basic accounting administrative tasks.

    This is a full-time position reporting to the Director of Finance and Administration for the Museum. This Administrative Associate position requires excellent organizational skills and the ability to handle sensitive information confidentially.

    A detailed job description and online application can be found here.
  • American Stage - Marketing Communications Coordinator
    June 8, 2019
    American Stage in downtown St. Petersburg has an immediate opening for a Marketing Communications Coordinator.

    This is a full-time position responsible for handling internal and external correspondence along with the coordination and fulfillment of content for marketing and fundraising campaigns including print, direct mail, email, website and social media platforms as defined.

    This position is an essential part of the Advancement Team. The Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring messaging, community engagement, and growth objectives are met through effective content distribution and ensuring brand standards are maintained through communication vehicles.

    A detailed job description and application instructions can be found at americanstage.org/employment.
  • After-School Art Appreciation Instructor
    June 8, 2019
    Mummies and Masterpieces is a unique after-school and enrichment program that introduces kids in preschool-8th grade to the world of museums.

    Children explore and are inspired by worldwide museum collections through slide discussions, learning-to-look games and hands-on art workshops. All masterpiece discussions are child-centered and inquiry-based and all hands-on workshops are developmentally appropriate and process-based. The goal of our programs is to reach and teach all kinds of learners and to enable them to feel success. Together, we wonder, question, explore, create, and problem-solve.

    Our programs are one hour long and take place in schools, religious institutions, community centers, park districts and libraries in Tampa. Times vary but most are after 2:30 or 3:00.

    We offer over 50 enrichment themes, including Children in Art, Sports in Art, Animals in Art, Music in Art, and Fashion in Art. Mummies and Masterpieces invites you to join our creative, professional and exciting network of museum educators.

    A detailed job description and online application can be found here.
  • Part-Time Museum Educator
    June 8, 2019
    Mummies and Masterpieces is a unique enrichment program that enhances classroom curricula through museum collections. We utilize slide discussions, learning-to-look games, hands-on art workshops and museum visits. Our programs are aligned with state and national learning standards and our goal is to reach and teach all kinds of learners and enable them to feel success.

    We are currently looking for educators who are available to work with pre-school through 8th grade students in Tampa during the regular school day, after school and some weekends.

    Our programs take place in schools, religious institutions, community centers, park districts and libraries.

    The choice of when and how often you will work is completely up to you. This could be once a month, once a week, or numerous times per week.

    As many of our programs take place in Jewish schools and in synagogues, we encourage those with experience in these environments to apply.

    We only accept applicants with undergraduate or graduate degrees in the field of Education. Art or Art History background is preferred but not required, as all applicants will receive proper training and will be part of a network of supportive museum educators who are teaching our curriculum nationwide. We invite you to join our team as we open the doors to the world of museums.

    Find out more at mummiesandmasterpieces.com.

    A detailed job description and online application is available here.
  • Florida Humanities Council - Development Coordinator - Individual Giving
    June 8, 2019
    The Florida Humanities Council in downtown St. Petersburg seeks a qualified Development Coordinator to direct all facets of FHC’s individual fundraising program including donor prospecting and cultivation, donor communications, and maintenance of its Raiser’s Edge database.

    Under the general supervision of the Associate Director, the Development Coordinator will play a key role in creating and growing an annual and long-term individual fundraising program in accordance with the mission of the organization.

    A detailed job description and application instructions can be found here. This position will be open until filled.

    Find out more about the Florida Humanities Council at floridahumanities.org.
  • Grants for Arts And Community Projects
    June 5, 2019
    Deadline for Letter of Interest: July 18

    South Arts recognizes that as our communities continue to change, the arts play an incomparable role in addressing many of our communal and individual challenges and strengths. The value of partnership and working together across sectors, brings new opportunity, increased effectiveness and greater depth to our collective work.

    Cross-Sector Impact Grants is a new program of grantmaking, open to all art forms, for partnership projects taking place in one of South Arts’ nine member states.

    For FY20, eligible projects will feature “Arts & …”, for example, arts and the military, arts and aging, arts and community revitalization.

    Applicants may propose a project design that they believe will be most impactful, with a minimum of one public presentation being a basic requirement.

    Applicants may be organizations, units of government, higher educational institutions, or artists. Matching grants of up to $15,000 will be awarded, and South Arts anticipates that successful applications will be fully funded.

    Deadlines and Grant Period:

    Letter of Interest: Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 11:59 pm EDT
    Invited Full Applications: Monday, August 26, 2019 at 11:59 pm EDT
    Projects must take place between September 15, 2019 and June 30, 2020.

    Details and an online application are at southarts.org/grants/apply-for-a-grant/cross-sector-impact-grants.
  • Special Events Manager - The James Museum
    June 5, 2019
    The James Museum in downtown St. Petersburg is seeking a Special Events Manager.

    This is a full-time position that actively promotes The James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art as a desired venue for a variety of special events.

    This staff member works with clients to schedule, organize and execute events at the museum, including private, in-house and affiliate group functions. Maintains calendar to ensure proper scheduling of special events space to avoid conflicts with museum activities and programs. Works with the Director to meet revenue targets, control costs and provide an enjoyable experience for all special events clients. The Special Events Manger works collaboratively with other event and catering managers, as well as marketing and PR staff.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call for Paint By Numbers Artwork at the Morean Arts Center
    June 5, 2019
    July 2-3: Bring Artwork to the Morean with entry form
    July 8- July 28: Exhibition Dates

    Dan Robbins, the inventor of Paint By Numbers, died in April 2019 at the age of 93. This 1950 Art Invention has inspired millions of art pieces ranging from children’s coloring books to masterpiece imitations.

    Now it’s your turn! Find a paint by numbers kit at your local art supply store or online. Complete the kit, or incorporate it into your art work, and showcase your piece as part of our Paint By Numbers Pop Up, on display July 8-28 at The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete.

    Details and the entry form can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Toy and Low-Fi Photography
    June 5, 2019
    Deadline: June 24

    The Somerville Toy Camera Festival seeks entries for its sixth annual celebration of toy and lo-fi photography.

    Images of any subject matter, made with a “toy” camera – any low-tech camera with no or very limited exposure control, such as pinhole, Holga, Diana/Diana clones, Brownie, Ansco, disposable cameras – are eligible. The key criteria are plastic lenses and a lack of reliable exposure control.

    Exhibition Dates: September-October 2019 in Sommerville MA

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call for Art Inspired by Immigration and the American Dream
    June 5, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    Strive is a national juried exhibition a the d’Art Center in Norfolk VA, featuring art that highlights immigration in America and the long admired endeavor of obtaining the American Dream.

    Strive will feature work that depicts various topics surrounding American immigration both throughout American history and in today’s society, spanning from those who initially came to the United States seeking the American Dream and those who currently are in the process of doing so today, all the way to refugees looking for a safe haven.

    This exhibition is open to all 2D, 3D, fine art and fine crafts, and is open to all artists living in the United States. This exhibition will be juried by Solomon Isekeije, and curated by d’Art Center Staff. The d’Art Center is Norfolk’s thirty-year-old art center and includes working professional artist studios and provides a wide variety of exhibitions and programming open to the public.

    Exhibition Dates: July 25 - August 31, 2019

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • RFQ for Public Art in Texas
    June 5, 2019
    Deadline: June 28

    The City of Frisco Public Art Program is issuing a Request for Qualifications for a public art opportunity in Pearson Acres Park.

    The Park will be built on land once owned by Charles Pearson and his family. Pearson was a Vocational Agriculture teacher at Frisco High School. His wife Emily and their four children settled in Frisco in 1958 and opened a dairy farm on the land that will become Pearson Acres Park.

    White fencing made by Mr. Pearson will line an area of the park reserved for the public art project. The public art should reflect the history of the site as a dairy farm and serve as a tribute to Mr. Pearson’s service to the community. Interactive or educational art is preferred.

    Budget: $42,000

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Mural Artists
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: June 27

    The City of Pompano Beach will commission an artist for the design and installation of a mural that will be located in Artists Alley on an exterior wall located on the back of Bailey Contemporary Arts, bringing the total amount of murals in this area to six.

    There is no specific theme for this mural, but the design should fit the location. The design should have a strong presence with a concept that is creative. A site visit is not required but is recommended.

    To view the murals that are currently installed in Artists Alley, please go to pbpublicart.com.

    Budget: $3,000

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call for a Mosaic Mural
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: June 27

    The City of Pompano Beach will commission a mosaic artist for the design and installation of a mosaic mural that will be located in Artists Alley on an exterior wall located at 135 NE 1st Ave.

    The Public Art Committee is looking for mosaic mural designs that are abstract and creative. The design should have a strong presence. The mosaic mural must have a frame. The materials and design must stand up to local weather and be amenable to ongoing maintenance.

    Budget: $4,000

    The Public Art Committee plans on installing two murals in 2019 in Artists Alley continuing to beautify the alleyway bringing the total amount of murals in this area to six.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Art as Advocacy: Promoting Equity and Social Justice for Women
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    In the 1970s women found their voices in the arts and began to stake a claim to their place in a rapidly changing world.

    The Springfield Art Association in Springfield IL are looking for work in all media that captures the spirit of these women and the women of today, forty years later, still seeking equity and social justice for women.

    We anticipate that Art as Advocacy: Promoting Equity and Social Justice for Women will look at what has changed, what struggles still exist and where we plan to go from here.

    Exhibition Date:  September 6 - 28, 2019

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Tattoo Artists
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 1

    If you are a fine artist who creates tattoos or a tattoo artist who creates fine art, we invite you to submit your work for this PG- rated, juried exhibition at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Palm Beach County FL.

    TATTOO: The Renaissance of Body Art is an opportunity to showcase your best Tattoo Art and Fine Art at the Lighthouse ArtCenter. We will display your work alongside primitive, tribal, Japanese, Americana, black and grey and contemporary art. Our visitors are consumers with a global eye for new trends in the art world as well as new directions in tattoos.

    The exhibition runs from September 3 to November 2, 2019.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Photographers - Americans: Who Are We?
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 4

    The Rankin Arts Photography Center (RAPC) at Columbus State University in Columbus GA is looking for photographs made since November 8, 2016 that confirm or challenge preconceptions about Americans.

    Send us humble family snapshots, revolutionary portraits, anything in between.

    Photographers may use any analog, digital or antique camera or process. All photographers are eligible, regardless of age or skill level.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • RFQ for Public Art at the Utah State University Biology Department
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 8

    The College of Science and Department of Biology at Utah State University has issued a Request for Qualifications from artists or artist teams interested in creating site-specific artwork or artworks for the new Biology and Natural Resources Facility in Logan UT.

    The Committee invites artists to consider the student and staff pursuits in the study of biology and natural resources as well as to honor the original structure while interpreting the new architecture of this 2019 remodel.

    If an exterior work is proposed the artist may wish to consider that both biology and the natural resources are studied in this facility. If an interior work is proposed, the focus is for the north corridors and stairwells where the study of Biology is the primary focus.

    Budget: $158,000
    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call for Socially Engaged Artists
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 9

    Sanchez Art Center in Pacifica CA seeks to commission an artist or artist team to create visual/interdisciplinary art installations and interactive experiences that invites the community to reflect on sea level rise and adaptation strategies, prompt discussion of public sentiment and values, and foster community connection enabling positive forward motion on strategies and plans that meet shared needs and requirements.

    Three project sites spanning different risk areas across the City of Pacifica will be planned, at locations including 1) north with eroding cliffs threatening housing and city infrastructure; 2) central where rock revetments have historically been used to protect infrastructure and private property from wave inundation and overtopping; and, 3) south prone to flooding.

    Project proposals should include the following concepts that will be incorporated into the project scoring criteria:
    • Encourage authentic and civil conversation that will raise awareness, understanding, and build trust and hope that impacts of sea level rise can be positively addressed in ways that support the human population, natural habitat (including creeks, watershed, wetlands, dunes, and beaches), and wildlife diversity.
    • Incorporate youth voices to shift focus from the near-term to the future.
    • Engage a broad and diverse spectrum of the community members, including socially vulnerable populations such as, but not limited to, those who are socio-economically disadvantaged, youth, elderly, individuals with limited mobility and disabilities.
    • Promote waste reduction as an integral component of plans to reduce emissions that result in climate change.
    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Performing Arts Sculpture for Pompano Beach
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 16

    The City of Pompano Beach is looking to purchase a sculpture to be located in front of the Ali Cultural Arts building. The sculpture should have a performing arts theme.

    The sculpture can be a prefabricated artwork or a new design that will be commissioned to be created. If the artwork is prefabricated, a list of where the artwork has been exhibited must be provided.

    The sculpture can be pedestal based. If the sculpture is on a pedestal, the artist is responsible for the fabrication of the pedestal.

    Budget: $30,000

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Geometry
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 16

    Site:Brooklyn Gallery in Brooklyn NY invites submissions for Geometry, a juried exhibition for artists working in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, wall mounted sculpture, collage and video. This exhibition is open to all artists 18 years of age or older.

    Geometry and art have a deep and intertwined history. Geometric forms provided classical proportions, complex symbols and linear perspective. In the 20th century, with abstraction, Piet Mondrian, Hilma af Klint, Kazimir Malevich and Frank Stella opened up an entirely new language, using geometry to get to the roots of form and perception.

    Site:Brooklyn is calling a wide-ranging collection of work relating to geometry, spanning subject matter, medium and form.

    Geometry runs September 20– October 20, 2019.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Artwork Addressing Binary Systems
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 21

    The Art League Rhode Island at The VETS Gallery in Providence invites submissions to OneZeroOne - An Open Juried International Exhibition.

    We live in a complex digitally dependent world, and at its core is a very simple system. Binary, a base 2 number system is made up of only two numbers: 0 and 1.

    This number system is the basis for all computer code, used to write the instructions that computer processors use. This binary framework lies behind all of our mass media communication systems and provides the foundation for our globalized world, including the digital text you are reading now. Ideas are increasingly presented to us in a binary format, however in a living system as complex as our globally connected world, problems and solutions rarely fall neatly into an either/or format.

    OneZeroOne seeks submissions that provide commentary and observations on the output from the binary system and its impact on our daily lives.

    Open to all media and processes including digital and conventional painting and drawing, fibers, clays, recycled materials, mixed media and assemblage. All electronic media must be self-contained and self-running.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Martha's Vineyard Drawing Prize
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 28

    Artists are invited to enter the Martha’s Vineyard Drawing Prize, a competition established to encourage the pursuit of excellence in drawing.
    • Entries may be created using graphite, charcoal, Conté, silverpoint, pen & ink, or other suitable drawing media, on paper or board.
    • Each artist may submit up to 3 works for the $10 fee.
    • Categories of drawing can include academic, realistic, contemporary, fantasy, historic, etc.
    • The theme for this year's competition is 'The Ties That Bind'.
    • All work must be original in concept, and created by the entrant after January 1, 2017. Drawings created in classes or workshops are not accepted.
    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • 29th Annual All Florida Juried Arts Show
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: July 31

    The Arts Council of Martin County FL invites artists residing in Florida to participate in its 29th Annual All Florida Juried Arts Show.

    Selected works will be exhibited at the Court House Cultural Center October 18 through December 19, 2019.

    2D and 3D original work in all media completed in the last 36 months and not previously exhibited at the Court House Cultural Center, The Elliott Museum, or any other local art exhibit within 50 miles, are eligible.

    Located in historic downtown Stuart, the Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts community since 1980. By providing services to visual and performing artists, arts organizations, students and the public, the Arts Council strives to inspire participation and passion for the arts in our community. The Arts Council provides various programs for the community including ArtsFest, The Court House Cultural Center Gallery and maintains an initiative to support arts education.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call for 2D and 3D Artwork Inspired by the Suffragette Movement
    June 4, 2019
    Deadline: August 18

    2020 Women & The VOTE seeks artists submissions relating to the 100th Anniversary of Amendment 19, which granted women the right to vote. This amendment will be celebrated in this exhibition at the Loveland Museum in Loveland CO in February 2020.  Artists are encouraged to submit work related to the history, women or reflection upon the Suffragette Movement.

    Artists of all media and gender are encouraged to apply. Artwork should be contained within a 24” x 36” space. Sculpture will be permitted. Works larger than 24" x 36" may be considered as space allows.

    The Women & The VOTE exhibition is part of a larger community project that will host several events within Loveland, Colorado during the 2020 calendar year. This exhibition will be displayed at the Loveland Museum from February 8 until April 5, 2020.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Skyway Exhibition
    June 3, 2019
    Deadline: September 3

    This is an open call to artists and art collectives residing in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco and Sarasota counties to submit applications for the exhibition Skyway 2020: A Contemporary Collaboration.

    Selected artists will be presented at one of the four participating institutions: the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg; The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota; the Tampa Museum of Art; and the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa.

    Artists working in diverse media and disciplines, including socially-engaged art and participatory projects, are encouraged to submit original artworks and project proposals. Submissions can include, but are not limited to, work on paper, painting, sculpture, photography, video, performance, sound, research-based art and site-specific installations.

    Only original works of art completed after December 2017 will be considered for the exhibition.

    Artists working in the field of social practice and community-based art initiatives are strongly encouraged to apply. Artists submitting such project proposals are required to provide a detailed work plan, including identifying the community or group they wish to engage, and a description and timeline of proposed activities.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Ceramic Artists
    June 3, 2019
    Deadline: October 1

    The Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta FL invites ceramic artists to submit work for LUSH: A Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition, showcasing current and innovative practices in the field of ceramics.

    This exhibition provides a spotlight for current works that utilize clay as the primary material. The Lighthouse ArtCenter welcomes submissions in an assortment of shapes and sizes with generous and seductive surfaces that symbolize luxury.

    This juried exhibition is open nationally to all emergent and established ceramics artists who create functional, sculptural and experimental pieces in a variety of artistic expressions, subjects and techniques. All entries must be original and completed within the last two years. Weight may not exceed 50 pounds.

    Exhibition Dates:  November 11, 2019 —January 4, 2020

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Public Art Archive
    June 3, 2019
    Deadline: Rolling

    The Public Art Archive™ invites artists and collection managers to include their artworks on this premier database for public art.

    This is a call for the inclusion of public art collections in the Public Art Archive™, an online database of public art. To be considered for inclusion, you must be a professional artist who has completed and installed public artwork, or an administrator of an established public art program. There is no charge to submit entries to the Public Art Archive™.

    Public art is defined here as art that is sited in a public place that is accessible or viewable by the general public and was, in most cases, commissioned by a public art entity, typically using percent-for-art or public funding. Gallery art and art exhibited inside galleries and museums is not eligible.

    Works of art that were commissioned and/or gifted by corporations, museums, educational institutions, private parties, and other entities may be considered eligible. Artworks that have been destroyed are not eligible. Permanently cited, temporary, new media, performative, rotating, and portable works may be eligible if they meet the commonly known definition of public art or civic art. Visit the Public Art Archive™ to understand the scope of the subject and content for inclusion.

    Public artworks and public art collections completed and installed within the last 100 years in the 50 United States and Canada may apply.

    Details and an online application can be found here or at publicartarchive.org.
  • Call for Interactive Work
    June 3, 2019
    Deadline: June 15

    MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation in Santa Barbara, has issued call to artists and art collectives to propose works for the year 2020. For reference, recent artworks have incorporated elements such as Kinetic-based body interaction, camera-based interaction, virtual reality and augmented reality.

    MOXI's mission is to ignite learning through interactive experiences in science and creativity. The museum has garnered numerous accolades, including being listed by Fodor's Travel as one of the top 10 new museums in the world. MOXI believes in the importance of art and creativity, and has dedicated two museum spaces to rotating 3-month interactive media artworks.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Morean Center for Clay
    June 3, 2019
    Deadline: June 15

    The Morean Center for Clay in St. Petersburg invites ceramics artists to submit proposals for solo exhibitions to open between August 2019 and July 2020 in our Center Gallery. Open to all artists over the age of 18. We define ceramic artist very openly.

    The Center Gallery is a white cube measuring 14’ 6” x 15’ 9” in the middle of a working art center and studio. Work that is experimental and that pushes the boundaries of contemporary ceramics will be preferred but all ceramic artists are encouraged to apply. Proposals from under represented and emerging artists will also be given preference.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Call for Landscapes, Seascapes, Skyscapes
    June 3, 2019
    Deadline: August 4​

    Las Laguna Gallery in California is looking for works that depict Landscapes, Seascapes or Skyscapes.

    This Call for Art is open to all local, national and international artists, professional and amateur working in disciplines including: Acrylic, Airbrush, Assemblage, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Collage, Digital Art, Drawings, Encaustic, Fiber Art, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Painting, Pastel, Photography (Traditional and Digital), and Watercolor.

    * Sorry no jewelry, sculpture, or video at this time.

    Details and an online application can be found at laslagunagallery.com/copy-of-landscapes.
  • Visitor Services Associate - The James Museum
    June 3, 2019
    The James Museum in downtown St. Petersburg is seeking a Visitor Services Associate II.

    This is a part-time position serving as one of the first contacts for members and the public. The person in this position will create a positive Museum experience by providing assistance to all visitors in the galleries and providing information that will enhance a visitor’s total Museum experience. This position requires long periods of standing during shifts.

    A detailed job description and online application can be found here.
  • Special Events Coordinator - Manatee Village Historical Park
    June 3, 2019
    The Manatee Village Historical Park in Bradenton is seeking a Special Events Coordinator.

    This is a full-time, non-supervisory position reporting to the Supervisor of the Manatee Village Historical Park.

    Manatee Village Historical Park is a living museum that tells the history of our community's settlers. Through educational programming and its collection of restored buildings from Manatee County's settlement history, the Park offers visitors the ability to experience life in Manatee County before the arrival of modern conveniences such as automobiles and electricity.

    A detailed job description and application instructions can be found here.
  • RFQ for Public Art at Tampa Airport
    May 30, 2019
    Submissions open: June 10
    Application Deadline: July 17

    Tampa International Airport will be issuing an RFQ for nine new public art works as part of Phase 2 of the airport’s expansion. This is an international call, open to visual artists working in any medium.

    An information session will be held on June 10 at 3 p.m. in the airport’s boardroom on the third floor of the Main Terminal. Artists can RSVP to attend in person or register to attend online here.

    With a total budget of $3.1 million, this is the second call for public art tied to the airport’s Master Plan expansion. The airport recently installed seven new works associated with the first phase of the Master Plan, including three in the Rental Car Center, one at the Main Terminal SkyConnect train station and three on Airside F. Here's a look at these recently installed public art pieces. . . tampaairport.com/latest-commissions.

    More details on this public art call are here. Applications open on June 10 via Cafe. . .  callforentry.org.
  • Junior Docent Camps at The Dalí Museum
    May 28, 2019
    Students ages 9-11 and 12-14 are invited to The Dalí Museum's week-long Junior Docent camp, where campers discover new ways to interpret and create art, meet new friends and have fun.

    This year, campers will become art detectives, discovering how to decode the artwork of Salvador Dalí. Finding inspirations in Dalí’s mysteries, campers will make their own art each day. Campers will learn the meaning behind Dalinían symbols, decipher double images and answer riddles.

    Sessions for ages 9-11 run June 10-14 or July 8-12. Camps for ages 12-14 are June 24-28 or July 22-26.

    The Dalí Museum offers an environment for inspiration, learning and creativity. Having full access to the Museum’s unparalleled art collection and gardens, along with facilitation from award-winning Pinellas County teachers, campers have unique opportunities to create and interact with art.

    Not only will campers learn about Dalí and surrealist art, but they will be empowered to think independently about art and express their own thoughts. The week will conclude with a tour and reception for families where campers will showcase their personal voice, Dalí knowledge and their very own surreal art.
  • Call for Issue-Based Photography Projects by Women, Transgender and Non-Binary Artists
    May 28, 2019
    Deadline: June 30

    Do you have bold ideas for a photo-based project that redefines how we understand and respond to urgent issues in the United States today? We, Women is not just a grant - it’s an opportunity to shape a national conversation about problems, solutions and how to find common ground.

    We are seeking to support women, transgender and non-binary artists whose processes are rooted in community engagement and collaboration. Projects will re-frame issues and highlight underrepresented narratives that resist and interrogate social and political landscapes while promoting empathy and unity. We, Women prioritizes artists of color and supports individuals from all spectrums of identity, including religion, sexual orientation, age, ability and socio-economic status.

    The first phase of this developing project will feature up to 20 projects in key states and a mobile national exhibition starting in late 2020.

    • A cash grant of $5,000-$10,000 for the continuation of existing work or the creation of a new project in a community they have a demonstrated commitment to.
    • Mentorship and production support from We, Women leaders, project partners, and advisors.
    • Promotion and marketing.
    • We, Women exhibition at Photoville Fall 2020.
    • Inclusion in a traveling nationwide exhibition with concurrent programming beginning Fall 2020.
    Details and an online application are available at https://www.wewomenphoto.com/apply.
  • Fellowship for Documentary Directors from Underrepresented Communities
    May 28, 2019
    Application Deadline: June 17

    The Firelight Media Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature length documentary film. The Lab provides filmmakers with customized mentorship from prominent leaders in the documentary world, funding, professional development workshops and networking opportunities.
    • Only the director of the film is eligible to apply and enter the program. We can accept co-directors if they meet all eligibility requirements.
    • Filmmaker must be from a racially and ethnically underrepresented community.
    • The project must be a long-form/feature-length documentary; the lab does not accept short documentaries, series, or fiction projects of any kind.
    • Film must be a work-in-progress and in production or post-production. We do not accept films in pre-production or completed films.
    • Filmmaker must be an emerging documentary filmmaker (working on first or second feature length documentary).
    • Filmmaker cannot be in school or submit a student film to the lab.
    • Filmmaker must be based in the United States.
    Details and an online application can be found at firelightmedia.tv/doc-lab-open-call.
  • Call to Theatre People - 4x6 Festival
    May 28, 2019
    Deadline: June 15

    Applications are invited from playwrights, actors, directors, judges and volunteers for the annual 4x6 Festival of new short plays written, rehearsed and performed, all in 24 hours.

    On Saturday July 27 at 7 pm, playwrights receive writing prompts, along with the bios and headshots of their randomly assigned Director and Actors.

    Completed 10-minute scripts are due 12 hours later. From there, the scripts are given to the director and cast, who meet for the first time on Sunday, July 28 at 8 am at the ArtsXchange in St. Petersburg's Warehouse Arts District.

    After 12 hours of rehearsal, the plays are performed at 8 pm on Sunday evening for an enthusiastic audience and panel of judges.

    An awards ceremony follows the performances. The winning play will move on to compete at the 2019 Tampa Bay Theatre Festival, August 30 - September 1 at the Straz Center in Tampa. Awards will also be given for Best Actor, Best Director, Best Writer and Best Play, along with Audience Choice Awards.

    An online application is available at 4x6fest.com/apply-now
  • Improv Workshop for Ages 12-18
    May 28, 2019
    Young people aged 12-18 are invited to enroll in a one-week summer camp workshop with coaches Tara Quellhorst and Matt Walker.

    Sessions run Monday-Friday, June 17-21 from 9 am - noon at The Studio@620 in downtown St. Petersburg. An evening showcase will be presented for parents on Friday June 21 to see what the kids have learned over the week.

    Details and registration information are at thestudioat620.org/events/improv-workshop-for-kids-and-teens.
  • On-Camera Acting Camp for Ages 6-12
    May 28, 2019
    Young people aged 6-12 are invited to enroll in a one-week on-camera summer camp with coaches Tara Quellhorst and Matt Walker.

    Sessions run Monday-Friday, June 17-21, from 1 pm -3 pm at The Studio@620 in downtown St. Petersburg.

    An on-camera class builds confidence and helps prepare young actors for the audition room.

    Details and registration information are at thestudioat620.org/events/on-camera-class-for-young-people.
  • Call to Artists - Art Ties Us
    May 26, 2019
    Deadline: July 3

    The Birchwood restaurant in downtown St. Pete has issued a call to artists for the benefit gala Art Ties Us: An Evening With the Artists. 

    U.S. resident artists 18 and up can submit any type of art, 2D or 3D. Judges will choose three winning artworks to be transformed into ties that the staff at Birchwood will wear for a year. An online contest where viewers vote on favorites takes place July 15-26. Cash prizes are awarded.

    Local artists will be celebrated and all submitted artwork auctioned at the Gala on September 13. All proceeds benefit the Bill Edwards Foundation for The Arts whose initiatives encourage and support the arts and artists in St. Petersburg.

    Details and entry instructions are at arttiesus.com.
  • Empowerment Camp for Young Women at the MFA
    May 21, 2019
    Registration Deadline: July 19

    The Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Petersburg is offering the Wild Creations Camp, designed for rising 6th to 9th graders who identify as female. The camp takes place July 22-26.

    During this empowering and educational week, we will learn about traditional female roles, historical and contemporary female artists and others who have challenged these roles, from women within the MFA Curatorial staff.

    This week will incorporate mindfulness and yoga specifically catered to the empowerment of young women, helping to recognize a new emergent path for strong and confident women. Students will gain tools for social emotional management through mindfulness and yoga coupled with the expression of their emotions through painting, drawing and collage.

    Details and registration information can be found at mfastpete.org/event/summer-camp-session-2-wild-creations-empowerment-camp-for-young-women.

    Scholarships are available thorough May 31 via Creative Pinellas. Find out more at creativepinellas.org/artscatalyst.
  • Art, Marine Science and Yoga Camp at the MFA
    May 21, 2019
    Registration Deadline: July 12

    The Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Petersburg is offering an Art, Marine Science & Yoga Camp for rising 2nd to 6th graders.

    This unique camp is led by certified children’s yoga teacher and marine scientist Katie Toth and features daily art projects, yoga classes and marine science instruction. A different theme of marine ecology, conservation and community service will highlight each day.

    2019 Art, Marine Science, & Yoga Camp sessions are July 15-July 19 and July 29-August 2.

    Registration information is available at mfastpete.org/programs/family-programs. Exceptions can be made on the suggested age range.

    Scholarships are available through May 31 via Creative Pinellas. Find out more at creativepinellas.org/artscatalyst.
  • Animation Professor - USF School of Art and Art History
    May 17, 2019
    The School of Art and Art History at the University of South Florida invites applications for a 9-month, faculty position in Animation at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor Tenure Earning.

    Years toward Tenure may be awarded. Appointment to begin August 7, 2019. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    Minimum Qualifications: MFA in Animation or MFA in Studio Art, Filmmaking or relevant field with significant professional experience in Animation.

    Applicants should have demonstrable experience in creative applications of moving image animation with an emphasis in 2D or 3D animation. The candidate should have the ability to teach a range of skill sets including digital and traditional, as well as unconventional methods and approaches to moving images.

    Knowledge of current approaches, practices, techniques, technology and issues as related to teaching Animation is essential. The applicant must be able to develop new curricula, and teach courses ranging from undergraduate non-majors to art specialization majors, as well as mentoring and teaching graduate students in an interdisciplinary MFA program.

    Applicant will demonstrate teaching and research experiences that address diverse cultural issues or backgrounds. The ideal candidate will have a strong technical and theoretical foundation, as well as expansive approach that embraces the evolving role of the moving image in society. An awareness of contemporary visual culture and animation history and theory is highly desirable.

    Preferred Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a record of producing and exhibiting original creative work at the national-international level. They will have the ability to help shape the future of Animation within the School of Art and Art History, and to be able to expand the range of the program through interdisciplinary and unconventional creative research.

    The candidate should demonstrate relevant expertise in two or more of the following areas: 2D Animation, Storyboarding and Visual Storytelling, Character Design, 3D Modeling, Motion Graphics, Digital Illustration/Concept Art, Character Rigging and Character Animation. Knowledge of software for instruction includes: Adobe After Effects, Toon Boom Harmony and the CC Suite of software for 2D animation. Experience with Autodesk Maya for 3D animation, Zbrush, Cinema 4D, Unity 3D, Unreal or Substance Designer is a plus. Minimum two years teaching after completion of MFA is preferred.

    How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates must search for Job Opening Number 21107 and complete the University’s online application at usf.edu/work-at-usf.

    1. Your letter of interest

    2. Curriculum vitae

    3. Artist statement

    4. Statement of teaching philosophy

    5. Contact information for 3 references. Additional references may be requested.

    6. Applicants must submit links to a curated online portfolio of works that may include a demo reel, and 5-15 digital files composed of completed animation projects and images. If the works require passwords for viewing, please include them. Files that cannot be easily accessed may not be reviewed.

    7. A separate online portfolio of 10 - 20 student works must also be accessible online as examples of teaching. Please include your experience is it related to the qualifications stated above.

    Note: All items listed in #1-7 must be in one attachment. Only online applications are accepted for this position.
  • Florida Humanities Council - Community Project Grants
    May 16, 2019
    Deadline: July 15 at noon

    The Florida Humanities Council is proud to award Community Project Grants to local nonprofits and public institutions in support of the planning and implementation of humanities-rich programs.

    With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, these transformational grants provide up to $5,000 for vital humanities projects that meet the needs of local communities and deepen our understanding of the people, places and ideas that shape the Sunshine State.

    Since 1971, the Florida Humanities Council has awarded more than $8 million in support of statewide cultural resources and public programs strongly rooted in the humanities. These programs preserve Florida’s diverse history and heritage, promote civic engagement and community dialogue, and provide opportunities to reflect on the future of Florida.

    To learn more about our grants and how to apply go to floridahumanities.org/grants

  • Summer Art Camps at The James Museum
    May 16, 2019
    The James Museum in downtown St. Petersburg is offering summer art programs for young artists age 6-8 and 9-11.

    Children learn about the Museum's collection of Western and Wildlife Art while honing skills in drawing, painting, sculpting and more.

    Each class is led by a professional educator, working with 2-3 teen assistants.

    Details and registration are at thejamesmuseum.org/summercamp.
  • Call to Artists - Safety Harbor Public Art
    May 16, 2019
    Application Deadline: June 28

    The City of Safety Harbor Public Art Committee is seeking proposals from artists or artist teams for two upcoming public art projects. These are nationwide calls open to all artists and artist teams over the age of 18 residing in the U.S.

    Safety Harbor Community Center: Brady Fisher - The free-standing piece will honor the commitment of late downtown business owner and resident Brady Fisher. The piece should include a sports theme.

    Mr. Fisher was a longtime supporter of youth athletic programs, specifically basketball. The piece should also include #BradyStrong (this is the hashtag that the City embraced during Mr. Fisher’s battle with cancer).

    Budget: up to $10,000

    Safety Harbor Baranoff Park: Heart of the Community - The free-standing sculpture will honor the generosity of Mr. George Weiss. Mr. Weiss has donated several thousands of dollars to community parks in Safety Harbor. His donations have allowed for the development of active and passive parks for all to enjoy.

    Parks and Mr. Weiss are the “heart of the community” in Safety Harbor. To honor Mr. Weiss, the piece should include a heart or hands holding a heart.

    Budget: up to $15,000

    A downloadable prospectus and application can be found for both projects at cityofsafetyharbor.com/53/Public-Art-Committee.
  • Director of Development - Imagine Museum
    May 16, 2019
    Imagine Museum in St. Petersburg is seeking a Development Director.

    This is a senior-level position reporting directly to the Deputy Director and responsible for achieving the Museum’s annual fundraising goals and engaging donors in our mission and programs, while being responsible for the communications, gift tracking and general organization of the Development Department and museum campaigns.

    A detailed job description and online application are available here.
  • Grow Smarter Marketing & Administrative Coordinator
    May 13, 2019
    Grow Smarter is a comprehensive, integrated, community initiative to enhance St. Petersburg’s competitive position and provide quality, diverse economic growth.

    The Marketing & Administrative Coordinator's responsibilities include:
    • Marketing and communications strategy
    • Produce marketing materials
    • Update and maintain Grow Smarter web site
    • Compile and maintain a list of press data and create a press strategy including but not limited to drafting press releases and coordinating with media outlets
    • Manage the social media and web presence for Grow Smarter across various platforms
    • Support Grow Smarter Manager in administrative duties, including coordinating and providing logistical support for Grow Smarter meetings (e.g., Steering committee, workgroups, etc.) and events
    • Administer project management software for effective communication and file management.
    A detailed job description and application instructions can be found here.
  • Call to Artists - Embracing Our Differences
    May 13, 2019
    Deadline: October 8

    Art is a powerful tool to evoke social change. Without uttering a single word, artists can enlighten, educate and affect change around the world.

    Since 2004, Embracing Our Differences has used the power of art and prose to promote diversity. The centerpiece of Embracing Our Differences is an outdoor juried art exhibit at Bayfront Park in downtown Sarasota featuring 50 billboard size images (12.5 feet by 16 feet) created by local, national and international artists and writers.

    The display reflects the artists’ interpretations of the theme “enriching lives through diversity.” The 2019 exhibit hosted 218,000 visitors.

    Embracing Our Differences invites you to participate in creating a world where differences are embraced and individuality is celebrated. Become a part of this exciting change through your visual art submission to the annual international juried competition. The statements accompanying each artwork are also vital and provide insight into our common humanity—as well as the differences that make us all unique.

    The winning artworks combine a deep understanding of both medium and message. Awards are given for “Best-in-Show Adult,” “Best-in-Show Student,” and “People’s Choice” categories, with the last chosen by visitors to the exhibit. Adult winners each receive $1,000; students receive $1,000 with $500 to be directed to the student and $500 to their school’s art program, if they worked under the direction of an educator.

    The 2020 exhibit will be displayed beginning January 18 in Bayfront Park in downtown Sarasota.

    Submission Information can be found at embracingourdifferences.org/submit-art.
  • Summer Camps for Young Actors at American Stage
    May 13, 2019
    American Stage in downtown St. Petersburg provides quality theatre training in a positive and inspiring environment that gives young people the tools to be fearless, focused and flexible onstage and in life.

    Studying theatre arts empowers creative, intellectual and emotional growth. Our staff is comprised of professional theatre artists and educators. All experience levels are welcome.

    Find out more about Summer Camps for grades K-2, grades 3-5, grades 6-8 and grades 9-12 at americanstage.org/youth-summer-camp.
  • Call to Artists - Suntan Art Mart
    May 13, 2019
    Deadline: Rolling

    Suntan Art Center in St. Pete Beach hosts a juried Art Mart every Saturday and Sunday, adding Fridays from January-April and the occasional holiday Monday.

    The market is located on the patio in historic Pass-A-Grille, on Gulf Way between 9th and 10th Avenues.

    We accept original artwork including painting, jewelry, ceramics, wood and multimedia. Emerging artists interested in trying out booths and displays are especially welcome in the summer.

    Details and a downloadable application can be found here.
  • Sunscreen 12-Week Course in Filmmaking
    May 8, 2019
    The Sunscreen Film Festival is offering a 12-week, Thursday night course in filmmaking.

    In the 12 weeks, you will learn how to make a good independent film. You will be taught by working professionals. You will actually be part of an independent film crew and produce an independent short film that will be eligible for Sunscreen Film Festival admission with priority.

    We will break down films and study what makes a good film. Students will learn screenwriting structure and techniques, and be instructed in the technical aspects of filmmaking. All Students will learn acting techniques and be involved in Improv exercises.

    Students will form Production teams and pitch their stories to a panel for consideration. There will be 3 to 4 films produced during the 12 weeks. The actual shooting will be over a weekend. Camera, Sound, Lighting will be provided or Teams can get their own.

    Ages: This course is aimed at working adults but students may be any age from 16 and up.

    When: 12 consecutive weeks from August 15 to October 3, 6-9 p.m. on Thursday nights.

    For details and registration, visit sunscreenfilmfestival.com/about/12-week-film-school.
  • Sunscreen Film Camp
    May 8, 2019
    Now in its 12th year, the Sunscreen Film Camp has grown each year in size and in the quality of work our students are producing. The Camp is for young filmmakers age 14-18.

    Weekdays July 8-26 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Studio@620 in downtown St. Petersburg.
    • Students learn about teamwork and collaboration. They are assigned to teams to make a short film and must learn to work together for the success of the film.
    • Students learn from professional actors, directors, producers, editors, screenwriters, etc.
    • Students learn about the many jobs associated with filmmaking.
    • Students explore many facets of creativity. Each brings to the table their life experiences. They build confidence in their creative expressions.
    For details and registration, visit sunscreenfilmfestival.com/sunscreen-film-camp-july-8-26-2019.

    Thanks to the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance, a limited number of scholarships are available for St. Pete residents.
  • Grant for Visual Artists and Photographers
    May 8, 2019
    Application Deadline: June 18

    Innovate Grant is a new initiative that supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants.

    Innovate Grant is accepting submissions for Spring 2019. Innovate Grant awards two $550.00 grants each quarter, one to a Visual Artist and one to a Photographer.

    The grant process is simple, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.

    In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists.

    For more information and to apply visit innovateartistgrants.org.
  • Cultural Affairs Coordinator - City of Clearwater
    May 6, 2019
    The City of Clearwater is seeking a Cultural Affairs Coordinator.

    This is a full-time position responsible for planning, recommending, promoting and managing a comprehensive program of cultural programs.

    The Cultural Affairs Coordinator provides assistance and serves as staff liaison to the Public Art & Design Advisory Board and the Sister Cities Advisory Board. Maintains relationships with arts organizations throughout the community including museums, galleries, performing arts organizations and arts education entities. Oversees Clearwater's Sister Cities Cultural Exchange Program. Assists in the development of Cultural Affairs master plan, responsible for implementation and update of the master plan. Oversees installation, inventory and maintenance of public art. Performs project management and handles multiple projects at a time. Provides support and assistance towards Economic Development's efforts to retain and attract artists to the City. Attends civic and public meetings for the purpose of explaining various aspects of the City's Cultural Affairs program.

    A detailed job description and application instructions are here.
  • Seeking Artists to Exhibit
    May 3, 2019
    Five Deuces Galleria, Building 3 in the Warehouse Arts District is seeking artists wishing to exhibit their work.

    We will be curating a monthly show in our lobby gallery of up to three artists with an opening on the first Saturday of every month, the day Brocante Market is open across the street, drawing a large crowd.

    The show will be hanging for three weeks which includes being open for Second Saturday ArtWalk.

    Artists will be responsible for throwing an opening party, inviting guests and promoting the show. The costs per artist is $150 each to cover media promotion, refreshments for the opening and wall prep after the show. All sales go to the artist, without any commission.

    Please send 3 jpgs of your work and an artist CV or resume to geoffreybaris@gmail.com to be considered.
  • Grants for Documentary Films Made In Or About the South
    May 3, 2019
    Deadline: July 15

    The Southern Documentary Fund is a nonprofit arts organization that cultivates documentary projects made in or about the American South.

    Inspired by our core belief that documentaries have the power to change lives and communities, we serve as a leading advocate for powerful Southern storytelling, providing filmmakers and artists with professional support, filmmaking grants and fiscal sponsorship. Since its founding in 2002, SDF has sponsored over 150 projects that have screened all over the world, won critical acclaim and prestigious awards, and inspired audiences with authentic stories that matter.

    Applications are currently being accepted for
    • The SDF PRODUCTION GRANT, $10,000 to projects in pre-production, production or post-production.
    • The SDF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT GRANT, $5,000 to projects in the research and development stage.
    Details and an online application can be found at southerndocumentaryfund.org/programs/apply-for-a-grant.
  • Grants for Emerging and Mid-Career Jazz Artists to Tour
    May 3, 2019
    Application Deadline: August 1

    Designed for emerging and mid-career artists, South Arts is offering a new Jazz Road Tours program to support 3-6 site tours at an array of venue types, often in rural communities and other areas traditionally underserved by the genre.

    Jazz Road Tours provides grants of $5,000 to $15,000 to support artists bringing their work directly to new communities and audiences.

    The first cycle of funding will support tours occurring between October 2019 and September 2020, with additional cycles to be announced later this year and rolling deadlines for application submissions now through June 2022. Visit jazzroad.southarts.org for upcoming deadlines.

    Details and an online application can be found at jazzroad.southarts.org/touring-grants.
  • Volunteers Needed at the St Pete Store
    May 1, 2019
    The St Pete Store in downtown St. Petersburg  is in need of volunteers.

    Part of the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center, the store sells artwork, crafts, books and clothing designed and created in St. Pete. Our mission is to help visitors and residents discover our community. Every purchase at The St. Pete Store supports a local artist, maker or entrepreneur.

    You can find out more about the St Pete Store at thestpetestore.com.

    If you can lend a hand, email Shelli Hemans at shemans@stpete.com.
  • Call to Artists - Art Harvest Dunedin
    April 28, 2019
    Application Deadline: August 10

    The Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin is accepting applications for Art Harvest Dunedin 2019, taking place November 2-3 at Highlander Park in Dunedin.
    • Jurying Process: August 11-24
    • Notifications sent via E-Mail: August 31
    • Deadline to Accept Invitation/Purchase Booth: September 14
    • Booth Assignments Posted: October 19
    • Artist Check-in and Set Up: Friday, November 1, beginning at 1 pm
    • Art Harvest Show: Saturday and Sunday, November 2-3 from 10 am – 5 pm
    Details and an online application can be found at jlcd.org/art-harvest.
  • Call for Art Displays on Billboards
    April 28, 2019
    SaveArtSpace is a 501c3 nonprofit that transforms advertisement space into public art, providing artists opportunities to display their work in the public space.

    Creating an urban gallery experience, we aim to affect and inspire and new generation of artists.

    Deadlines are approaching for upcoming projects around the country - and in Florida.

    Details and an online application can be found at saveartspace.org/submit.
  • Call to Artists - Quilt Local 2020
    April 25, 2019
    Deadline: February 1, 2020

    Quilt Local 2020 - Celebrating Quilts & Community: A Quilt & Fiber Arts Show is accepting applications for Art Quilts and Modern Quilts inspired by the landscape of St. Petersburg.

    The exhibition will be held March 20-21, 2020 at The Coliseum in downtown St. Pete.

    Complete details and a downloadable entry form are here.

    The Dalí Quilt pictured is by Mary Anne Braithwaite

  • Call to Artists: Celebration of Queer Culture in Fort Worth
    April 22, 2019
    Application Deadline: September 5

    Third Space: The Pride of North Side is currently seeking artists and vendors for its first festival event on October 5.

    The soul mission of Third Space: The Pride of North Side (Tercer Espacio: Orgullo de North Side) in Fort Worth TX is to provide a safe space for the LGBTQIA community.

    If you are queer, we are looking for you and your work. Our plan is to provide a safe space for people to promote queer-friendly perspectives, art and resources.

    We are offering a number of spaces at the McCandless Street Goat Farm for exhibition, performances and vending opportunities. Third Space will also involve a collaborative work that gives back to the North Side community for all participating artists.

    What? Third Space: The Pride of North Side- A celebratioKin of queer culture.
    Where? 2300 McCandless Street, Fort Worth, TX 76106
    When? Saturday. October 5, 2019, 3 pm to 1 am
    Why? We noticed that Fort Worth, specifically the North Side area, is lacking of dedicated areas for queer creatives and people to be recognized and feel validated for their work. This event is a specific response to this issue.
    How? We are an all-volunteer team who are developing this event as a labor of love to the queer community.
    • To submit your work, send an email to thirdspacetx@gmail.com with the Subject Line: Third Space Artist Submission.
    • In the email, include your name, titles of your work, brief biography/ statement and any web or social media handles you want to be promoted. Please send up to three images or a video of your work for consideration.
    • Image submissions should be high resolution image files in JPEG, GIF, or PNG format.
    • Art of all mediums are encouraged for submission including but not limited to paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, and much more.
    • All work must be ready for installation.
    • Artists are responsible for any sales of their artwork. Anything not for sale must be marked as Not For Sale (NFS).
  • Call for Performers - First Night St Pete
    April 11, 2019
    First Night St Pete is accepting applications from performers for the city's festive family-friendly celebration of the arts on New Year's Eve.

    Details and an online application are available at firstnightstpete.com/get-involved/performer-application.
  • Keep St Pete Lit's Creative Writing Camp for Ages 9-12
    April 10, 2019
    Application Deadline: July 8

    Keep St Pete Lit welcomes young writers ages 9-12 to the 2019 Creative Writing Summer Camp at the Morean Center for Clay in St. Petersburg.

    Two different week-long sessions are available. . . July 15-19 and July 22-26 from 9:30 am-12:30 pm.

    The camp is free for low-income students.

    Come learn about creativity in a fun week-long writing camp with Keep St. Pete Lit teachers. Students explore storytelling through play, art, writing and zine-making in a welcoming environment.

    Details and an online application are available at keepstpetelit.org/free-creative-writing-summer-camp.
  • Call for Robot-Inspired Art
    April 5, 2019
    Deadline: June 28

    Artofficial Intelligence, the art show eight years in the making is looking for robot-inspired art for its 8th annual installment. All mediums welcome.

    This year the show will be held at the Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete. There will definitely be a robot parade of some sort.

    Email samples of your work and a short bio to thestpeterobotexchange@gmail.com.
  • Call for Film Proposals
    April 5, 2019
    Application Deadline: August 31

    The POLIN Museum in Warsaw has launched an international competition for short films about Jewish communities with roots in the historic territories of Poland.

    Fourteen shortlisted films about Jewish communities living today in North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Israel and Poland will be featured in an epilogue to POLIN Museum’s multimedia narrative exhibition. The epilogue is dedicated to the more than 9 million descendants of Polish Jews in the world. The films will explore their connection to the land of their forefathers and to the heritage of Polish Jews.

    The films should reflect the connection of these communities to the heritage of Polish Jews. They may focus on stories of individuals, families, organizations, communities, events and objects of special meaning.

    Films of about 5 minutes in length may be based on interviews, documentary and archival material, home video, animation or video art, among others.

    An international jury will select the finalists.

    Deadline for applications (logline, synopsis, treatment, preliminary budget): 31 August 2019.

    Anouncement of winners: October 2019.

    Prize: up to 56,000 PLN (about 15,000 USD) to produce one film based on their winning proposal. The value of each prize will depend on the proposal and its preliminary budget.

    An online application can be found here.
  • Call to Artists: Sculpture on the Lawn
    April 1, 2019
    Deadline: July 1

    Artists are invited to submit work – existing or conceptual – for the 5th annual Sculpture on the Lawn exhibition, an outdoor display at the entrance to the Orange County Administration Center (201 S. Rosalind Ave.) in the heart of downtown Orlando, where works are visible to approximately 10,000 people daily.

    Sculpture on the Lawn is open to experienced professional sculptors as well as students and emerging artists who specialize in the design, construction and installation of outdoor sculptures. Up to three sculptures will be selected for display from October 2019 to September 2020. One of the sculptures will be selected from a student or emerging artist, if suitable.

    Selection Criteria: The three main considerations are creativity, site appropriateness and durability. Images of finished works and conceptual drawings can be submitted. If the proposed project is not a finished work, artists need to provide information to assure the Selection Panel of what it will look like and that it will be completed and installed as designed.

    Artist Responsibilities: Selected artists must transport the artwork to the site on the specified date and install it with minimal assistance, then remove the artwork after the exhibition.

    Sites and Safety: While artistic quality is very important, works will be reviewed for durability, safety and appropriateness to the site. Artworks must be structurally sound and able to withstand a hot, humid outdoor environment with seasonal heavy rains and hurricane-force winds, in a largely unsupervised area that is not protected from weather or curious viewers. Avoiding potential problems such as rust and fading should be considered.

    Installation: Orange County provides 12-by-12-foot concrete pads. Sculptures must be firmly secured to the pads.

    Selection Panel: Members of the Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Public Art Review Board will make the selections.

    Honorarium: Each artist will be awarded $3,500 as a fee for the annual loan of the artwork and to help offset any necessary transportation, installation and housing costs. A payment of $3,000 will be made upon installation and processing of required paperwork, and $500 will be paid upon removal.

    Insurance: Orange County will insure the artwork up to its stated value or $50,000, whichever is less, for theft or major vandalism. The artist will be responsible for any repairs needed due to fabrication defects or reasonable wear and tear of the object in a public location.

    Size: There is a 6-foot minimum height preference. The sky is the limit for the maximum height.

    Sales: Sales of the works will be encouraged and promoted. Any sales inquiries will be forwarded to the artist or designated agent. No commission will be charged. Sculptures must remain on site until September 2020.

    - Proposals due: July 1 at midnight
    - Notification of acceptance: July 12
    - Installation time frame: October 1 to 12, 2019
    - Sculpture on the Lawn Opening Reception: October 21, 2019, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
    - Sculpture removal: October 1 to 11, 2020

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Amelie Arena and Tampa Bay Lightning Open Call to Artists
    March 25, 2019
    Deadline: September 6

    Amalie Arena and the Tampa Bay Lightning are hosting our 8th annual Open Call to Artists.

    During the first seven years of the program, we were honored to proudly display 280 pieces of locally-created art throughout the building for our 1.5 million annual visitors to admire. All artwork is for sale, with proceeds going directly to the artist.

    We are looking for artwork to display in the 2019-2020 season and we again invite all emerging and established local visual artists to submit pieces of original artwork.

    The exhibit’s goal is to display images that embrace and celebrate the greater Tampa Bay community, and that can help the Arena reflect the vibrancy of the area. . . images that creatively weave in Lightning hockey are certainly a welcomed addition.

    A jury composed of representatives from the Tampa Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, The Dalí Museum and the Ringling Museum will select the pieces for display on our IOA Suite Level.

    In addition to being displayed in the building, there is the opportunity to win a cash prize. The top three overall ranked artwork pieces, as scored by the judges, receive cash prizes of $1,000 each. Honorable mentions ranked in the top-10 will receive $250 each and the top three pieces from the youth category (under 18 years old) will receive $250.

    All artists will be invited to a reception this Fall at the unveiling of the artwork.

    Details and submission requirements can be found at tampabaylightning.com/art.
  • Volunteer Positions Available with Friends of the Jack Kerouac House
    March 18, 2019
    The Friends of the Jack Kerouac House, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation established in St. Petersburg to acquire and restore the last residence of one of the greatest writers of the 20th Century.

    We are currently in need of volunteers to assist in these positions:
    • Treasurer: Bookkeeping and basic accounting for a non-profit corporation.
    • Groundskeeping, General Carpentry and Repair work.
    • Housekeeping
    • Grant Writing and Research
    • Public Relations Manager
    • Secretary: Record Board Minutes, Corporate Documents management, Official Correspondence, Email Management, confirm attendance at meetings.
    • Executive Director: Schedule board meetings, carry out the decisions of the board, communicate with local City officials and Chambers of Commerce.
    • Social Media Management and creation of content for various platforms
    • Marketing and Promotion of charity mission, upcoming events, finding donations and business partnerships, creations of editorial releases, distribution of promo materials.
    • Flyer Handout Team to distribute event posters
    • Pro-Bono Legal council, Copyright Lawyer and Business Lawyer
    • Cultural Anthropologist
    • Historical Preservation Specialist
    • Interior Designers or Set Designers
    • Volunteer Coordinator and General Event Staff who can work 2-3 hrs in shifts during event nights or vendor markets
    • Event Photography and Videography
    • Local Artists familiar with Logo Design, Graphic Design, Web Design and Screen Printing on T-shirts and novelty items.
    • Board Members with time available to contribute to our mission and attend in person or over the phone Board Meetings that take place once a month
    • Those with previous experience with formation and running of non-profit organizations, historical properties, museum or gallery curation.

    • Interested volunteers can email Kerouachouse@gmail.com with your contact information, hours and days a week you can work, position(s) you are applying for and a CV, description of skill sets or short bio. Use the subject line “Volunteer Application.”

      For general inquiries email  Kerouachouse@gmail.com or call FOJKH Secretary James Hartzell at 404-444-5618.
  • Grants for Visual Artists Working in Gulfport
    March 18, 2019
    Application Deadline: July 1

    The Gulfport Merchant’s Chamber has announced a call for applicants for its 2019/2020 “Rise and Shine” Grants for eligible artists currently residing in Pinellas County.

    The purpose of the grants is to support Gulfport’s and Pinellas County’s creative community and to promote Gulfport as an art destination. Preference will given to artists residing in Gulfport. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Two grants will be offered, including funding, marketing support and exhibition space with a total value of $1000 each.

    Each grant includes:
    • $500 up front to be used exclusively for displays, materials and supplies related to the artist’s aspirations.
    • $300 in 10 paid booth reservations at the twice-monthly Gulfport Art and Gallery Walks within a one-year period, with direct professional social media and marketing support.
    • Quarterly mentorship with a professional artist board member and one-on-one consultations with the art committee throughout the year.
    • $200 after completing 10 events and a post-grant report. All grant monies are expected to go directly into the artist creating work and creating a professional display that can be used for future festivals and shows.
    Applicants must furnish proof of residency, a resume, artist statement, digital images of previous work and online links.

    Complete details are here.

    For questions, email questionsartistgrant@visitgulfportlflorida.com.
  • Emergency Grants for Visual and Performing Artists Presenting Work
    March 6, 2019
    Deadline: Rolling

    Created in 1993 to further the Foundation for Contemporary Arts' mission to encourage, sponsor and promote work of a contemporary, experimental nature, Emergency Grants provide urgent funding between $200 and $2,500 for visual and performing artists who:
    • Have sudden, unanticipated opportunities to present their work to the public when there is insufficient time to seek other sources of funding
    • Incur unexpected or unbudgeted expenses for projects close to completion with committed exhibition or performance dates
    Emergency Grants is the only active, multi-disciplinary program that offers immediate assistance of this kind to artists living and working anywhere in the United States, for projects occurring in the U.S. and abroad.

    Applications are reviewed once a month, year-round.

    Details and application instructions can be found at foundationforcontemporaryarts.org/grants/emergency-grants.
  • DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts
    February 18, 2019
    Deadline: August 10 The DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts, celebrating its 27th year, is a juried fine art show presented by the Museum of Art – DeLand. The main street of the historic preservation district of downtown DeLand provides a backdrop for this annual festival dedicated to those who create as well as those who appreciate and collect art. Over $45,000 in Awards are available, including $4,000 Best of Show and Patron Purchase Awards. Fine art exhibits presented by our juried artists, great music, and youth activities draw a crowd of more than 50,000 patrons over the two-day festival, held November 23-24. Details and an online application are available here.  
  • Emergency Grants for Visual Artists
    February 11, 2019
    The Joan Mitchell Foundation accepts applications throughout the year for Emergency Grants of up to $6,000 for US-based visual artists who have been impacted by a natural or man-made disaster affecting a region on a broad scale, such as Hurricane Irma.

    The Emergency Grant is intended to help an artist reestablish their studio practice.

    We accept applications on a rolling basis and will consider requests for up to three years following such an event.

    For more information and the link to our application, please visit joanmitchellfoundation.org/artist-programs/artist-grants/emergency.
  • NEA Art Works Grants
    February 11, 2019
    Deadline: July 11

    Art Works is the National Endowment for the Arts’ principal grants program. Through project-based funding, we support public engagement with, and access to, various forms of excellent art across the nation, the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, learning in the arts at all stages of life, and the integration of the arts into the fabric of community life.

    Projects may be large or small, existing or new, and may take place in any part of the nation’s 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories.

    We encourage applications for artistically excellent projects that address any of the following activities below:
    • Honor the 2020 centennial of women’s voting rights in the United States (aka the Women’s Suffrage Centennial).
    • Engage with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs); Hispanic or Latino organizations; or the Native American, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian arts.
    • Celebrate America’s creativity and cultural heritage.
    • Invite a dialogue that fosters a mutual respect for the diverse beliefs and values of all persons and groups.
    • Enrich our humanity by broadening our understanding of ourselves as individuals and as a society.
    Matching grants generally range from $10,000 to $100,000.

    Details and an online application are available at arts.gov/grants-organizations/art-works/grant-program-description.
  • Aesthetica Art Prize
    February 1, 2019
    Deadline: August 31

    Hosted by Aesthetica Magazine, the Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. It offers both emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider audience, and further their engagement with the international art world.

    The award attracts thousands of entries in a range of innovative media from around the world.

    Details and an online entry form are at aestheticamagazine.com/art-prize.
  • Open Call for Singers - One City Chorus
    September 21, 2018
    St. Petersburg's award-winning One City Chorus was founded with the belief that singing in a group builds community and leads to better understanding.

    We encourage people of all races, cultures, creeds and communities to sing with us. Everyone is welcome - we have no auditions.

    We have a great season planned. We’ll once again be singing songs with themes about social justice, civil rights, and diversity – songs like Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On”, Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground”, “Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”, the Doobie Brothers’ “Takin’ It to the Streets”, Neil Diamond’s “America”, U2’s “In the Name of Love” and other wonderful songs by less-widely-known artists.

    We’ll be singing a concert in the circular Sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Clearwater on December 1, and we’ll be singing again at St. Pete’s First Night celebrations on December 31 at the United Methodist Church. On February 17 is our annual concert at the Palladium Theater.

    Rehearsals are every Monday at 7 p.m. at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum –2240 9th Ave. S. in St. Petersburg.

    We ask that our singers contribute $20/year to help defray some of our costs. We sing all of our songs “off-book” without sheet music and we have rehearsal recordings of all the parts online. This helps folks who don’t read music well to learn their parts, and it also helps people who have joined us later in the year to catch up.

    For more information, visit our website at onecitychorus.org.
  • Classes at the Dunedin Fine Arts Center
    September 1, 2018
    The Dunedin Fine Arts Center offers classes and workshops in The Business of Art, Clay, Creative Writing, Digital Art, Drawing, Fiber Arts, Food Art, Glass, Jewelry, Metal Arts, Mixed Media, Painting, Pastels, Photography, Printmaking, Stone Carving and Woodturning, for students of all ages.

    Check our website for the current schedule.
  • Classes at The Morean Arts Center
    September 1, 2018
    The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete offers classes in Drawing, Painting, Jewelry, Glass, Photography and Digital Arts, Clay, Printmaking, Metal Sculpture, Fiber Arts, Mixed Media and Writing, for students of all ages.

    Check our website for current class schedules.
  • Grants for Student Artists
    March 27, 2018

    Talented students who aspire to be exceptional musicians, actors or visual artists are often faced with financial need that prevents them from pursuing a career in an artistic field after school or during the summer.

    A small grant award can make a world of difference to a student who otherwise would not have the chance to succeed in his or her arts field.

    The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance is committed to supporting young talent, just as we support ACE, Arts for a Complete Education, for Pinellas County arts education in public schools.

    Who is eligible: Any artist 10-18 in the categories of dance, cinematic arts, jazz, music, digital arts, photography, theater, visual arts and voice.   Students must be residents of Pinellas County.  Funds are awarded to arts program organizations located in St. Petersburg only.  Funds may be used for:
    • Tuition for summer arts programs
    • Musical instruments rental, purchase or repair
    • Dance shoes, music books and arts supplies
    • Individual instruction or adult master class tuition
    How it Works
    Individuals may nominate students for an after-school, weekend or summer program using our Funding Futures application.  Non-profit organizations may nominate students as well for their programs.

    We ask that you nominate students with financial need who could not otherwise participate in the program. 

    For an application and more information, please email ace@stpeteartsalliance.org.

    You Can Donate to Funding Futures Funding Futures is supported 100% by donations.

    The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance has awarded over $10,000 to 16 students in our first year.  Help make a difference in a child's life.  Donate today HERE.
  • Volunteers Needed at American Stage
    February 19, 2018
    Love Theatre? Want to talk about it? Join American Stage’s Neighborhood Theatre Ambassadors.

    American Stage, Tampa Bay's longest-running professional theatre company, is seeking outgoing individuals to join our Neighborhood Theatre Ambassador team. Theatre Ambassadors help us by:
    • Spreading the word about our exciting programs.
    • Connecting with local businesses to build relationships (distribute posters, flyers and donation requests.)
    • Engaging with the community to share the love of American Stage
    This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with your community while supporting the arts.

    The schedule and location is flexible and based on your availability. All volunteers receive a complimentary ticket to the show you are promoting.

    American Stage is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and volunteering with us counts as community service as recognized by most high schools, colleges and many employers as well as scholarship programs such as the Bright Futures.

    Some requirements:
    - You will need to provide your own transportation
    - There will be plenty of walking involved
    - Some lifting (as much paperwork and posters as you are comfortable carrying, up to 25 lbs)
    - Smiling : )

    Contact American Stage Volunteer Coordinator, Colleen Cherry, at volunteer@americanstage.org for more information about how to join our volunteer family.

    Please add volunteer@americanstage to your email contacts to ensure delivery. If you don’t hear back from us within a week of submitting please check your "Junk/Spam" folder.
  • Free Classes in Online Sales & Promotion from Creative Pinellas
    February 18, 2018
    Need help promoting your events? Have questions about e-commerce and selling your work online? Hope to grow your social media following?

    You can get your questions answered at the Creative Pinellas Digital Media & Marketing Lab, at their beautiful home office in Largo's Botanical Gardens.

    Open the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 9am-noon, the lab is staffed with experts in the fields of social media, IT, graphic design and other useful areas.

    Come for the whole session, or simply drop in to have your questions answered. Experienced facilitators are on hand to help.

    These sessions are free. An online link to register is here - creative-pinellas-workshop.ticketleap.com/digital-media-lab/
  • Resources for Ongoing Arts Opportunities
    January 14, 2018

    Resources for Ongoing Arts Opportunities. . .


    While you may know this website for its wide array of calls for shows, exhibitions, and residencies, this site also boasts a collection of grants and awards.

    Search through the listings at no cost for details on applying, including entry deadline, fees and eligibility.

    Artist Opportunity Monthly

    AOM offers a free monthly opportunity list: AOMFree.

    All you need to do is sign up with your email and they send you opportunities every month, including grants. AOM prides itself on ensuring each opportunity is worthwhile.


    "The largest and most respected source for artists seeking income and exhibition opportunities.”
    This website costs a subscription fee of $20 a year to view the majority of its opportunities, but you can browse many grants for free on their homepage and the @ArtDeadline Twitter account.

    The Art Guide

    This website allows you to apply directly to the organization offering a grant.

    The list is updated daily.
  • Classes for Creative Business Owners
    January 12, 2018
    The Greenhouse in downtown St. Pete offers classes in Grant Writing, Government Contracting, Business Financing, Business Startup Basics, How to Research and Write a Business Plan, Bookkeeping, Cooperative Businesses, Website Marketing, Estimating and Bidding, Crowdfunding and more.

    Check their course schedule at  gh.stpetegreenhouse.org/events.
  • Volunteer at the Morean Arts Center
    June 1, 2017
    The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete always has room for new volunteers, and welcomes students.

    If you're part of a community group, the Morean is glad to talk with you about your organization volunteering.

    You can also apply to become a Docent at the Chihuly Collection.

    Complete details on all their volunteer opportunities are here.
  • Ongoing Resources for Artists
    February 21, 2017
    Explore these sites for professional development, funding ideas, arts advocacy, sources for health insurance and more.

    Americans For The Arts

    American Artists

    Art Place:  Creative Placemaking

    Creative Capital

    Creative Pinellas

    National Endowment for the Arts

    Philanthropy Foundation

  • Trolley Guides for Second Saturday ArtWalk
    May 29, 2016
    Volunteers are needed to serve as Trolley Guides for Second Saturday ArtWalk every month. It's a fun and festive evening when galleries and studios stay open late and celebrate the arts in St. Petersburg.

    Volunteers take 2-hour shifts (from 5-7 and from 7-9) riding the trolley, answering questions, providing information about St. Petersburg's five arts districts and helping keep the trolleys "on track.”

    Contact: info@stpeteartsalliance.org.  Volunteers receive a $25 gift card.
  • Volunteer at Creative Clay
    April 29, 2016
    Creative Clay welcomes volunteers. Volunteer opportunities include: - Creative Clay Gallery Attendant - Creative Thrift Sales Associate - Studio Assistant - Events Creative Clay's mission is to help people with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives through access to the arts by providing expressive, educational and vocational experiences. You can call 727-825-0515 if you have questions about our volunteer program, or visit creativeclay.org. Volunteer Orientation is held the last Tuesday of each month at 3 p.m. at 1846 1st Avenue S.
  • Volunteer at the Morean Arts Center
    February 29, 2016
    The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete offers volunteer positions that are great for students, community service leaders and other arts lovers.

    For students and groups, a staff member will always be available to sign off on hours spent volunteering.

    A day spent helping out at the Morean Arts Center or during our events can pay off. You can meet new people, learn more about art and make a positive impact on the lives of others.

    Find out more at www.moreanartscenter.org/volunteer.
  • Dali Museum Volunteer Opportunities
    February 29, 2016
    The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg offers opportunities to volunteer in guest relations, education, membership, marketing, operations, special events and more.

    The Dali seeks volunteers from all backgrounds. A background in art is not required for most volunteer opportunities. Training is provided and volunteers receive special benefits for their service.

    Find out more at thedali.org/get-involved/become-volunteer.
  • Volunteer at the Museum of Fine Arts
    February 29, 2016
    The Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Petersburg welcomes volunteers. A background in art isn't required for most volunteer service positions.

    Areas of opportunity include docents, family programs, membership, special events, community outreach, museum store, curatorial, visitor services and administration.

    Volunteer applications are accepted at all times. If the job you're interested in isn't immediately available, applicants are placed on a waiting list and contacted as positions become available.

    You can find out more and download an application at mfastpete.org/join/volunteers.
  • Volunteers Needed at Florida CraftArt
    November 9, 2015
    Florida CraftArt in downtown St. Pete has many opportunities for volunteers. Volunteers help broaden the awareness, understanding and appreciation of art objects made by hand. In our galleries, visitors enjoy meaningful craft experiences and unparalleled aesthetic standards. As Florida's only statewide nonprofit organization exclusively focused on Florida's original fine crafts, we make a difference in the lives of artists. Volunteers are part of the heart and soul of our operation. You can find out more at floridacraftart.org/volunteer.
  • Professional Writing Classes with Keep St Pete Lit
    May 31, 2015
    Keep St Pete Lit continues their popular series of professional writing classes at the Morean Arts Center.

    Classes include sessions on fiction, poetry, screenwriting and inventive explorations of writing and writing techniques.

    Find out more and register online at: keepstpetelit.org/litspace/litspace-classes.